GUN price check sig p228

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  1. striker754

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    what do they go for? are they concealable?
     
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    considering they dont import them new to the US anymore, you can probably find a nice deal on a used one
     
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    misread title, thought it said P229 :o
     
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    they are heavier than polymer guns
     
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  7. striker754

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    i would have never guessed
     
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    please refer to customer user text
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    Got mine a year and a half ago for $560 OTD used.
     
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    but yeah, p228's are really nice guns. i am definately considering picking one up.
     
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    would you have never guessed that they would probably not be as concealable as other weapons then?

    one side of your pants sagging down might be a tip off
     
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    do yourself a favor and stick to the F&N forum.
     
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    :ugh:

    have fun concealing that gun
     
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    if i can effectively conceal a P229 against my massive 5'6" 145lb frame, he can conceal a P228.

    i don't even have a decent holster or gun belt, either.

    :ugh:

    like i said...
     
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    What's so hard about concealing the 5.7? :hsughno:
     
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    wrong F&N :rofl:
     
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    iirc, i paid 550 otd for one over 2 years ago with a box of ammo
     
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    with the right holster and belt it can be done :ugh2: i know people who have concealed Beretta 92's without their friends realizing.
     
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    Yes, they're concealable.

    If it looks like it was used anymore than very gently, don't pay more than $500, or find a red box CPO one.
     
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    somebody knew what i meant :mamoru:
     
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    one thing to be aware of, is that they are no longer being marketed to civilians. So the supply of them will slowly dry up, as everyone who gets one usually keeps it forever, its that good.
     

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